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Every 18th of May our students and staff celebrate International Museums Day organizing the by now famous “interpretative activities” across town in collaboration with students of art, theatre, architecture, engineering from other Departments at the Aristotle University. Historical, archaeological and artistic research on monuments and historic places in Thessaloniki is presented in original narrative performances, new media shows, guided walks, and visits.

Videos from various exhibitions 2011,2012,2013

Monuments and Memories in Thessaloniki…where people meet

Saturday 16th and Sunday 17th of May 2015

 

 

Every 18th of May our students and staff celebrate International Museums Day organizing the by now famous “interpretative activities” across town in collaboration this year with students of film, architecture and electrical engineering from other Departments at the Aristotle University. Historical, archaeological and artistic research on monuments and historic places at Aristotelous street in Thessaloniki is presented in original narrative performances, new media shows, guided walks, and visits. Also, this year being dedicated to the life and work of the famous poet Manolis Anagnostakis, his residence is included in the interpretative walks.

 

aristotelous Aristotelous Square
 

  watch the video herehttps://youtu.be/uC745BQCJGc

 

 

kapani Κapani
 

 

watch the video here: https://youtu.be/2grdtInnN0k

 

 

Unknown-1Panagia Chalkeon

 

watch the video here: https://youtu.be/_slFPeG5K-c

 

 

mpeixamam Bey Hamam
 

 

watch the video herehttps://youtu.be/_slFPeG5K-c

 

pomaiki agora Roman Forum
 

watch the video herehttps://youtu.be/VulpzHOftEA

 

 

spitianagnostakiManolis Anagnostakis Residence
 

 

watch the video herehttps://youtu.be/9vPK6yoJdFI

 

 

 

Στιγμιότυπο 2015-05-04, 3.52.41 μ.μ.

A.U.Th. Sundays-A Children’s Toy Museum

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On Sunday the 24th of May 2015, within the framework of the “Aristotle University Sunday Activities”, 

the Interuniversity Postgraduate Program in Museology organized a gathering for the creation of
a Children’s Toy Museum at the Children’s Asylum for the whole town. We were visited by the vice-rectors
of the Aristotle University and by many interested students, parents and children. Our visitors each brought their
own toy, told us its story and watched our museology postgrads catalogue, classify and describe each toy.
The whole event was a small but significant contribution to the work of the Children’s Asylum,
an exercise for our students and finally also an offering of love and solidarity by all
participants. The toys that were brought in will be the basis of the collection of the future museum
for children, and the toys’ stories will be the stories that the museum will keep and narrate
to its future visitors young and old. The University, the visitors and our Program cooperated creatively for the
Children’s Asylum, a renowned registered charity in our city, to acquire its first objects towards
a toy collection and a museum that it has long been dreaming of.
….constructing memory-reconstructing museology….

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INTERPRETING A CULTURAL WALK: VENIZELOU STREET, THESSALONIKI, 2013

 

Press Release (PDF)

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INTERPRETING A CULTURAL WALK: ARISTOTELOUS STREET, THESSALONIKI, 2012
RETHINKING CRISIS – ΟΡΕΝ VENICE, 2012

 

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